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Amazing Story Uncovered By Young Investigative Reporter

LONOO N- -A younginvestigative
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to demand •·reparations." The de-
(4) The shakedown planning
session was held at Notting Hill,
Councilor has turned up docu- mands for cash were usually ac- London, May 19-24, 1969.
mented evidence ~fuch could affect companied with veiled hints of dire (5) The shakedown conference
the U.S. presidential election. consequences if the money was not ~d as its chairman Senator George
The youthful researcher--an A- paid. ~ of South Dakota, USA.
merican citizen -- found evidence The exact total produced by this c:Gd9ern•s secretary for this
that George McGovern was the man blackmail is not known to The I\~ .II':'; rs.sw s!M:!'g ~-' . l!VW Yl"'I
behind the infamous church shake- Councilor, but it is kn°"'Tl that
downs, Nearly every American Episcopalians were victimized for
lcnoWS about the shakedowns, but at ieast $3 million! The total was million okayed by the ~era! Con- This little gan~whicp ~
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almoc• no one knows that Sen- many times higher than the highest venuon Of the Episcopal Church-.- to tufn the wor!dide dOWn
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ator McGov ~.rn was the master- successful ransom paid to air- whened appetites for more and .c onsisted of CX1ly 40 persons, an
mind of this bit of blackmail. craft hi-jackers. more funds to be used for poll--. ~ of them were undoubtedly
~ere is the wav the shakedowns •••• fiCalp~ es and shills. Most of the
~rated: Blacks in 1967, 1968 Here are the hard, cold fa crs '=isJ~knowledge of the suc- leaders previously had been in-
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~.can cities. 1 hen, as the public major fact-finding assignment: to be held in London to plan adcji- (7) Working directlt with Sen-
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~gogues ust before the Cali-
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McGovern lost bacJly in the,
heavy Jewish vote of Los
Angeles County. Thus, his
work is cut out to stop the 1
drain to President Nixon
that followed the Presi·
dent's own turnabout last
December when he made a
deal with Israel guarantee-
ing F-4 Phantoms at lea1t
through 1973.
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shifts will have the desired 1
effect on the critical Jewish
vote is uncertain. At the
root of the American Jewish
community's concern over '
. McGovern are his positions
on defense and foreign pol-
icy generally.
But at least the dramatic
switch in McGovern's Mid·
dle East policies sharply un-
derlines one political fact
encouraging · to- non-Mc- ..
m- QemeeFats· Instead
of clinging to politically"'
dangerous positions, he has
demonstrated here a willing-
ness for major ideologieal t. •
change. Just how far that
change will go in other
areas depends on the rigid·
ity of his followers. ·
Tel.: MU 2-7353

THE PALESTINE ARAB DELEGATION


441 Lexington Avenue • Suite 509
New York, N. Y. 10017

May 14, 1973

Dear Friend:
The Palestine Arab Delegation wishes to draw your attention to

a very grave and serious crisis which will affect you and members of your

family, and will endanger the national security and best interests of the

United States.
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The Palestine Arab Delegation makes this appeal to you and
respectfully urges you to do something about this grave crisis.

So-called "Israel" and the Zionist-Jew leaders in the United

States have converted the Watergate incident, for which certain individuals

are responsible, into a great "scandal" to blackmail the President of the

United States and to force him into submitting to the will of so-called "Israel"

and the Zionist-Jew leadership in the United States.

The objective of "Israel" and the Zionist-Jew leadership is to

dictate to the President the Middle East policy of the United States.

On the 15th of April 197 ~, Senator J. William Fulbright (D.Ark.)

Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee of the United States Senate, in a

FACE THE NATION program on the CBS T e levision Network, stated "THE
UNITED STATES SENATE IS SUBSERVIENT TO ISRAEL • • • ISRAEL CONTROLS
THE SENATE . • . "I:HE GREAT MA.IORITY OF :&fIE SENATE OF THE UNITED

STATES . . • S9MEWHERE AROUND @ . . . ARE COMPLETELY IN SUPP;T


·. OF ISRAEL, A~NG ISRAE!, WA:t:p;§.. . • THIS HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATED
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TIME AND AGAIN AND THIS HAS MADE IT DIFFICULT FOR THE GOVERNMENT.
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Having control of the legislative branch of the United State

government. "Israeli" and the Zionist-Jew leadership are blackmailin

President and his Administration to make them "subservient" to


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The Finance Committee to Re-elect the President published

a statement with the picture of President Nixon and the War Criminal

Mrs. Golda Meir with a big title "PRESIDENT NIXON HAS COME THROUGH

ON AID FOR ISRAEL. n The statement claims that President Nixon "HAS

PROVIDED AS MUCH ECONOMIC AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO ISRAEL

AS ALL THE WHITE HOUSE PREDECESSORS COMBINED • • • OVER T HE

FOUR YEARS OF THE NIXON ADMINISTRAJ:'ION, ISRAEL WILL HA VE

RECEIVED MORE THAN $1.176 MILLIONS IN TOTAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE

UNITED STATES. u

President Nixon committed his Administration to the full support

of so-called t1Israel11 • You may then ask why are so-called 'tisrael" and the

Zionist-Jew leadership in the United States blackmailing the President?

The answer is they are blackmailing the President because he refuses to

see the Middle East except through nlsraelit' eyes. The President, Secretary

of State Rogers and other patriotic Americans realize the United States has

political, strategic and economic national interests in the Middle East. The

President of the United States refuses to make the United States a tool of
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Israeli" objectives and policy in the Middle East.

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/) When the interests of so-called "Israel" are involved, how can the

President of the United States and his top aides dare even to think about the

interests of the United States?


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